False Prophet Rob Bell

Pastor Bell says in latest book, “Hell is not forever”

By David J. Stewart | June 2012

 "In flaming fire taking vengeance on them that know not God, and that obey not the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ: Who shall be punished with everlasting destruction from the presence of the Lord, and from the glory of his power." —2nd Thessalonians 1:8,9

       In a survey released by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, just 59 percent of 35,000 respondents said they believe in a literal place called hell.[1]

What's even more alarming is that many pastors no longer believe in eternal damnation in the Lake of Fire. The latest strange doctrine creeping into our churches in that Hell is not forever. Pastor Rob Dell founded the Marrs Hill Bible Church in 1999 (resigned in 2011) in Michigan. The church grew like gangbusters to over 10,000 attendance weekly because of Bell's apostate ecumenical message of love, unity and sinful compromise; instead of Hell, fire and eternal damnation.

“At the center of the Christian tradition since the first church has been the insistence that ... hell is not forever, and love, in the end, wins," Bell wrote in “Love Wins: A Book About Heaven, Hell, and the Fate of Every Person Who Has Ever Lived.” The book went public in 2011 and immediately became a New York Times Bestseller book. The reason why is because Satan promotes evil. The Communist publication, TIME MAGAZINE has listed Rob Bell as one of the 100 top most influential people. That's what makes Rob Bell even more dangerous—the establishment (Zionist controlled media) is promoting everything he publishes. A genuine man of God who tells the truth receives no endorsement from the liberal media. It's no coincidence that Rob Bell is being promoted by the corrupt media, TIME and numerous other apostate or wicked groups. Bell's going around the country now, speaking at national religious conferences. What a sad joke!

Rob Bell has also authored the ridiculous book, Sex God: Exploring the Endless Connections between Sexuality and Spirituality (Zondervan, 2007). Why isn't anybody labeling him as a pervert as so many critics have done to other pastors? It is blatantly clear that legitimate pastors get crucified, but loyal puppets of the New World Order do not.

Bell's father was an appointed judge during the Reagan Presidency. Not surprisingly Rob Dell is originally from California, a hotbed of demonic cults, false religion and spiritual decadence. Ray Comfort, John MacArthur and the entire Hollywood religious film crowd are the primary reason for the epidemic of Lordship Salvation heresy in America's churches. Dozens of popular family religious films present a perverted plan of salvation, including The False Gospel of “The Moment After.

Robert Holmes "Rob" Bell Jr. (born August 23, 1970 in Ingham County, Michigan) is an American author and pastor. He is the founder of Mars Hill Bible Church located in Grandville, Michigan and is also the featured speaker in a series of spiritual short films called NOOMA. In 2011 Time magazine named Bell one of the 100 most influential people in the world. He is the author of the New York Times bestsellers Love Wins and Velvet Elvis. Under his leadership Mars Hill Bible Church was one of the fastest-growing churches in America.

SOURCE: Rob Bell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

FALSE PROPHET ALERT!!! Rob Bell says that Hell is not forever, but the Bible (God's inspired Words) says Hell is forever and ever and ever and ever, without end!!! ...

"In flaming fire taking vengeance on them that know not God, and that obey not the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ: Who shall be punished with everlasting destruction from the presence of the Lord, and from the glory of his power." —2nd Thessalonians 1:8,9

Rob Bell is a fool to go against the plain teachings of the Scriptures! Anyone can claim that 2+2=5, but that doesn't make it so. In reality 2+2=4 and it always will. There's nothing that you can do to change it! Truth is intolerant. Likewise, Hell is a literal place that burns with literal fire, where all Christ-rejecter will spend eternity being tormented and punished by God for their sins. That why people go to Hell, that is, to pay for their sins because they rejected Christ's payment for their sins.

If you admit that you are a guilty sinner in God's eyes for breaking His Commandments, you can be saved by simply receiving what Jesus did to redeem you. The Gospel (good news) is that Christ DIED, was BURIED and RESURRECTED three days later. If you believe the Gospel you are saved. It's that simple. If you receive Christ's payment for your sins, then you are saved.

People get into trouble when they start ADDING to the Gospel. For example: I read the Creation Science Evangelism website this week by Kent Hovind and was saddened when I read their false plan of salvation..

Rob Bell a “Gospel-lite” apostate preacher that cherry-picks the Bible and misleads non-believers about love, judgment and mercy. Jesus warned us about wolves who would come to us dressed in sheep's clothing, false prophets, deceiving the simple and gullible. Beware of people who want to tell stuff that you never heard before, never found before, and nobody ever really knew before. They are not about to give you the essentials that were once delivered to the saints. They are only going to tell you something that they dreamt-up from who knows where. Beware also of people who take obscure passages of scripture and remove them from their context.

  In a survey released by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, just 59 percent of 35,000 respondents said they believe in a literal place called hell.[1]

Only 17% of Americans think that being born-again is required to get to Heaven.[2]

Amongst 18-29 year old Protestant Evangelicals in the U.S., only 51% said they read the Bible even once a week.[3]

RNS: After controversy, Baptists affirm belief in 'eternal' hell

by Adelle M. Banks | Religion News Service
June 15, 2011

(RNS) Southern Baptists on Wednesday (June 14) called hell an "eternal, conscious punishment" for those who do not accept Jesus, rebutting a controversial book from Michigan pastor Rob Bell that questions traditional views of hell.

Citing Bell's book "Love Wins," the resolution urges Southern Baptists "to proclaim faithfully the depth and gravity of sin against a holy God, the reality of hell, and the salvation of sinners by God's grace alone, through faith alone, in Jesus Christ alone, to the glory of God alone."

Several leaders during the Baptists' two-day meeting in Phoenix coupled warnings about hell with pleas for evangelism -- especially in areas where there are no churches or missionaries.

"Is hell real? Is hell forever? Did God really say sinners would perish in eternal torment forever and ever?" asked pastor and author David Platt of Birmingham, Ala. "Oh, readers of Rob Bell and others like him, listen very carefully be very cautious, when anyone says, `Did God really say this?"'

Bell's book, released in March, criticizes the "misguided" view that "select Christians" will live forever in heaven while the rest of humanity will suffer eternal torment in a punishing hell.

Earlier this year, the Southern Baptist-affiliated Lifeway Christian Stores quietly removed warning labels from certain books -- including Bell's -- that "could be considered inconsistent with historical evangelical theology."

"At the center of the Christian tradition since the first church has been the insistence that ... hell is not forever, and love, in the end, wins," Bell wrote in "Love Wins: A Book About Heaven, Hell, and the Fate of Every Person Who Has Ever Lived."

Southern Baptist Convention President Bryant Wright prayed that Southern Baptists would take to heart the statement they passed on hell.

"Father, because the reality of hell is so real, the permanent separation from you is so real, and our hours here on this earth are so limited, we pray that you will give us a fresh sense of conviction of preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ," he prayed right after the resolution was adopted.

SOURCE: RNS: After controversy, Baptists affirm belief in ' eternal' hell

The Bible, God's holy Word, teaches that there is a literal place called Hell, which burns with fire and brimstone (sulfur). Most theologians agree that Hell is located somewhere in the heart of the earth, evidenced by numerous Biblical references; such as:

Psalms:55:15 — “...and let them go down quick into hell...”

Ezekiel 31:17 — “They also went down into hell...”

Amos 9:2 — “Though they dig into hell...”

Psalm 11:6 — “Upon the wicked he shall rain snares, fire and brimstone, and an horrible tempest: this shall be the portion of their cup.”

Then Herod had John beheaded. Herod's sister-in-law had John martyred for preaching against her adultery with Herod. What do you think God is going to do to Herod's brother's wife in Hell? The Bible teaches that God will put the most wicked people into the hottest parts of Hell...

Deuteronomy 32:15 and 22, “But Jeshurun waxed fat, and kicked: thou art waxen fat, thou art grown thick, thou art covered with fatness; then he forsook God which made him, and lightly esteemed the Rock of his salvation. ... For a fire is kindled in mine anger, and shall burn unto the lowest hell, and shall consume the earth with her increase, and set on fire the foundations of the mountains.”

Notice the words, “and shall burn unto the lowest hell.” We are all blessed of God, saved and unsaved alike. Luke 6:35 says that God is good to the unthankful and the evil. But God's mercy will end the very moment that a sinner dies in their sins without Jesus Christ.

So many people today have been misled by false prophets to believe that a God of love would never send anyone to a place of eternal punishment and torment. Yet we see suffering all around the world, horrible suffering, and no relief for millions of people. Sin is the culprit. Jesus plainly stated that, “...the Scripture cannot be broken” (John 10:35). If you believe in God, then you should definitely believe in the Bible, His Word, and take heed to the teachings therein. It is tragic that so many people who profess to believe in God and the Bible, outright reject the plain Scriptural teachings of judgment, damnation and eternal punishment . . . “And whosoever was not found written in the book of life was cast into the lake of fire.” Are you really willing to take a chance that God didn't mean what He said?

Here is an excellent quote from the mighty man of God, Dr. Lee Roberson, concerning eternal punishment . . .

“Somebody says, 'The thought of Hell is so horrible.' Well, my friend, so is cancer, so is tuberculosis, so is the grave. Someone said, 'I believe sin ought to be punished, but not for eternity.' That's your view, not God's.

Again another says, 'I don't believe in the wrath of God.' Then you don't believe your Bible. The Bible says the wrath of God abideth on the one who doesn't believe in Jesus Christ. He is lost forever.

Now, these things come to us out of the Word of God. The teaching of eternal punishment should give us a hatred for sin. We ought to hate sin. The reason we have changed so much in this day in all of our churches is that we are not hearing much on this subject. Therefore, we endorse sin. We engage in sin. We camouflage the sin in our lives and allow things to go by, instead of hating sin as God wants us to hate sin . . .

The teaching of eternal punishment should give us a passion for the souls of men.”

SOURCE: Dr. Lee Roberson, from the book, Disturbing Questions... Solid Answers, chapter 16, pgs. 196-198; copyright, Sword of the Lord publishers, 1978.

I recently visited a Baptist church. I was saddened by what I saw. They used the New International Version [NIV] of the Bible, which is a perverted version. To no surprise, the church had adopted a Lordship Salvation stance on the Gospel, as do nearly ALL NIV churches. The pastor's sermon was weak, lacking substance and it was obvious he didn't want to offend any Catholics in his service. His sermon was about the Gospel, i.e., the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus. The church is located in a highly Catholic area. The problem with the pastor's message is that every Catholic believes that Jesus died, was buried and rose again. Yet, they're all going to Hell because they've ADDED good works, keeping the Sacraments, praying the Rosary, water baptism and church membership to their faith. It's high time for America's preachers to start exposing Catholicism for what is truly is—a prisonhouse of false religion!

All across the world, churches no longer warn lost sinners about the coming divine judgment against sin—of the eternal damnation promised to those who die in their sins without Christ (Romans 1:32; Revelation 21:8). Eternal damnation is a very unpopular teaching in today's apostate, intolerant and politically correct society. God makes no apologies for His Word and neither should we. The Bible wasn't written to cater to the political agendas of our day. Homosexuality is just as much a sin today as it was 4,000 years ago. Abortion is just as much a sin today as it was 4,000 years ago. Witchcraft is as much a sin today as it was 4,000 years ago. God hasn't changed. The Bible hasn't changed. It is sinful men who have changed for the worse.

The Biblical doctrine of eternal punishment may not be very popular today, but it is God's Word nonetheless. Those who obey the Gospel will be safe, just as Noah moved with fear in building the ark . . . “By faith Noah, being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear, prepared an ark to the saving of his house; by the which he condemned the world, and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith.” Oh, listen my friend, the thought of eternal punishment in the Lake of Fire should scare you deeply. You have every reason to be afraid, greatly afraid. It is a horrifying thought. Think about it for a moment . . . burning in the fires of Hell, separated from Jesus and all your family, being lonely and disappointed for all eternity, knowing that you could have went to Heaven FOR FREE if you'd only trusted upon Jesus Christ and the blood that He sacrificed for your sins . . . “Forasmuch as ye know that ye were not redeemed with corruptible things, as silver and gold, from your vain conversation received by tradition from your fathers; But with the precious blood of Christ, as of a lamb without blemish and without spot.

You Need HIS RIGHTEOUSNESS. I beg you, don't wait another minute. Cry out to God now whoever you may be. Acknowledge your guilt of sin. Own up to God that you are a horrible sinner, guilty, and without excuse. Turn to the Lord by faith and trust upon Him in your heart to forgive your sins, place all your confidence in Christ because of His work of redemption, and allow the blood of Jesus to cleanse away your sins, “. . . and the blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanseth us from all sin.” Amen!

“To whom God would make known what is the riches of the glory of this mystery among the Gentiles; which is Christ in you, the hope of glory: Whom we preach, warning every man...” —Colossians 1:27-28

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The most important decision you'll ever make is where you're going to spend eternity. The decisions is in fact yours alone to make. I've already made my choice by receiving Jesus Christ. How about you? John 1:12, “But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name.”

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